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f2 Cameracraft Magazine March 2011 Vol 5 No 2 Back Issue

English 24 Reviews   •  English   •   Art & Photography (Photography) Only $4.99
Inside this issue: The F2 Profile is Drew Gardner, starting out as a photojournalist before getting into high end advertising, fashion and portraiture, Drew has recently reinvented himself yet again – as a food photographer. In Social we feature Devon-based Rosie Parsons. In The Business section Miranda Gavin talks to social photographers up and down the country, about what shots clients request as opposed to what types of shot actually sell. Everybody wants reportage shots of their wedding, but when push comes to shove do they buy the results?
Turning Pro Ex-firefighter turned social photographer Adrian Davies was named one of Britain’s most inspirational men just 18 months after setting up on his own, he talks to David Land. F2 speaks to London-based architectural photographer Andy Spain, who has recently started running architectural photography master classes. Brighton and Paris-based advertising specialist Joseph Ford, with clients like Disney, HP and Drink Aware, talks to David Land about his new project.
Starting Out features 19 year old Lucca who started assisting a Southampton-based advertising photographer and consequently left his degree course with the aim of producing his own imagery. Also in The Business: The importance of filing your end of year accounts on time. Basic accounting and book-keeping for photographers
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David Kilpatrick tests the Sony Alpha 580 camera, Which incorporates full HD movie recording and 7fps continuous shooting. Ideal for the photographer that requires a high resolution fast responding DSLR with creative control and flexibility.
Richard Kilpatrick casts his eye over StudioPlus studio management and digital workflow software for professional photography studios
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March 2011 Vol 5 No 2 Inside this issue: The F2 Profile is Drew Gardner, starting out as a photojournalist before getting into high end advertising, fashion and portraiture, Drew has recently reinvented himself yet again – as a food photographer. In Social we feature Devon-based Rosie Parsons. In The Business section Miranda Gavin talks to social photographers up and down the country, about what shots clients request as opposed to what types of shot actually sell. Everybody wants reportage shots of their wedding, but when push comes to shove do they buy the results? Turning Pro Ex-firefighter turned social photographer Adrian Davies was named one of Britain’s most inspirational men just 18 months after setting up on his own, he talks to David Land. F2 speaks to London-based architectural photographer Andy Spain, who has recently started running architectural photography master classes. Brighton and Paris-based advertising specialist Joseph Ford, with clients like Disney, HP and Drink Aware, talks to David Land about his new project. Starting Out features 19 year old Lucca who started assisting a Southampton-based advertising photographer and consequently left his degree course with the aim of producing his own imagery. Also in The Business: The importance of filing your end of year accounts on time. Basic accounting and book-keeping for photographers Technical David Kilpatrick tests the Sony Alpha 580 camera, Which incorporates full HD movie recording and 7fps continuous shooting. Ideal for the photographer that requires a high resolution fast responding DSLR with creative control and flexibility. Richard Kilpatrick casts his eye over StudioPlus studio management and digital workflow software for professional photography studios


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Inside this issue: The F2 Profile is Drew Gardner, starting out as a photojournalist before getting into high end advertising, fashion and portraiture, Drew has recently reinvented himself yet again – as a food photographer. In Social we feature Devon-based Rosie Parsons. In The Business section Miranda Gavin talks to social photographers up and down the country, about what shots clients request as opposed to what types of shot actually sell. Everybody wants reportage shots of their wedding, but when push comes to shove do they buy the results?
Turning Pro Ex-firefighter turned social photographer Adrian Davies was named one of Britain’s most inspirational men just 18 months after setting up on his own, he talks to David Land. F2 speaks to London-based architectural photographer Andy Spain, who has recently started running architectural photography master classes. Brighton and Paris-based advertising specialist Joseph Ford, with clients like Disney, HP and Drink Aware, talks to David Land about his new project.
Starting Out features 19 year old Lucca who started assisting a Southampton-based advertising photographer and consequently left his degree course with the aim of producing his own imagery. Also in The Business: The importance of filing your end of year accounts on time. Basic accounting and book-keeping for photographers
Technical
David Kilpatrick tests the Sony Alpha 580 camera, Which incorporates full HD movie recording and 7fps continuous shooting. Ideal for the photographer that requires a high resolution fast responding DSLR with creative control and flexibility.
Richard Kilpatrick casts his eye over StudioPlus studio management and digital workflow software for professional photography studios
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